Daily Fantasy Hockey DFS Value Update – January 4, 2014

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Vancouver Canucks at Los Angeles Kings

Vancouver has suffered back-to-back losses at the hands of the Flyers and Lightning and have failed to convert on the power play in 18 of their last 19 chances. In fact, in their last seven games, the Canucks have managed to score more than two goals just once, and it coincidentally led to a 4-3 shootout loss. In short, the Canucks aren’t manufacturing goals anywhere, and visit the team that is seventh in the NHL in goals against at home at 2.05.

Los Angeles themselves are having some serious problems with goal scoring, as they have now lost five straight games and have scored just six goals in those five games. They aren’t generating a ton of shots, just over 28 per game over those five losses, and aren’t scoring regularly with the man advantage.

This is the third meeting this year between these two teams with the Kings taking both the first two games and only allowed three goals against in those two games.

In their last game, it was the Mike Richards line that was tasked with shutting down the Sedin line, which they managed to do at even strength, holding them pointless at five on five. Expect a low-scoring game tonight, but for the Kings to get back to their winning ways.

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Michael Clifford
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